insensible

[ in-sen-suh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF insensible

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSENSIBLE

I was not insensible to the advantages of his proposal, and gladly assured him of my acceptance.

Mr. Hervey could not be insensible to her distress or to her delicacy.

I am not insensible of the need of spiritual renovation in our Society.

He was lying there insensible, blood oozing from a wound in the forehead.

Let then your future life show that you are not insensible of the magnitude of the obligation.

In a moment, he seized the breathless and insensible Imogen, and lifted her to his car.

She has been at death's door since she lost her darling—has been insensible, and I know not what.

I was not insensible to all his powers of attraction; I thought him one of the most amiable of men.

Some threw themselves on the ground, stiff and motionless and insensible as dead men.

In a minute more Robbie's insensible form was wrapped round and round.

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